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TRENTBIOL 1050HBates HollyFall

BIOL 1050H Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Osteogenesis Imperfecta, Disfigurement, Calcitriol

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7. 1 tissues and organs of the skeletal system. Acid - base balance (protects against excessive changes - absorbs or releases alkaline phosphate and ca
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BIOL 1050H Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Iliofemoral Ligament, Ischiofemoral Ligament, Rheumatoid Factor

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6 Dec 2016
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Joint (articulation): any point where two bones meet. Arthrology: science of joint structure, function and dysfunction. Biomechanics: movements and mec
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BIOL 1050H Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Schwann Cell, Tetanus, The Delay

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Two organ systems dedicated to maintaining internal coordination. Endocrine system: communicates by means of chemical messengers (hormones) secreted in
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BIOL 1050H Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Esophageal Plexus, Pterygopalatine Ganglion, Ciliary Ganglion

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6 Dec 2016
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15. 1 general properties of the autonomic nervous system. Autonomic nervous system (ans)/visceral motor system motor system controlling glands, cardiac
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BIOL 1050H Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Titin, Dystrophin, Glycogen

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6 Dec 2016
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Muscle cells respond with electrical changes when stimulated by chemical signals, stretch and other stimuli. Shorten substantially when stimulated enab
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BIOL 1050H Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Brachialis Muscle, Vastus Intermedius Muscle, Biceps Femoris Muscle

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Movement: of us, of body contents (air, blood, etc), communication. Stability: maintain posture (resist pull of gravity and stabilize joints) Control o
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BIOL 1050H Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Lou Gehrig, Autonomic Dysreflexia, Reflex Arc

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Conduction: bundles of nerve fibers that conduct information allowing sensory information to reach the brain and motor commands to reach the effectors.
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